Swimsuits for Littles

A few months ago some fellow bloggers and I were invited to the Mud Pie showroom in Atlanta for a sneak peak of their incredible home decor, clothing, and accessories. Aside from wanting to move into their space and purchase everything I saw, we really learned a lot about this amazing brand. They are a family run business out of Stone Mountain, GA and are very active in the community; providing support to numerous organizations with financial and product donations and employee volunteer efforts. I am definitely more inclined to support businesses when I know they give back, and apparently I’m not the only one!

I really love how Mud Pie has matching pieces for boys and girls so you can still coordinate if you have opposite genders! These crab swim trunks are SO cute on Henry and just scream “welcome to the South!” and it doesn’t get much cuter than a red polka dot ruffle on this crab one piece. My favorite however is the Flamingo Ruffle, of course! I love how the flamingo neck creates a strap for the suit and the ruffles mimic actual feathers. A few other styles I am obsessed with: Seersucker Ruffle Bow (OMG), Flamingo Coverup, and Fish Lure Swim Trunks. All of the Mud Pie swimsuits sell for under $40 and a lot of the styles are currently on sale. If you are looking for a some unique pieces, be sure to check them out!

*Mud Pie provided these swimsuits in order to facilitate this review. As always, all opinions are my own.*

Comments

    • awww thank you SO much, Erika! That is such a sweet compliment 🙂 xo

  1. Love these suits!! I was just swimsuit shopping for my kids earlier online. I’ll have to check these out too!

  2. My youngest literally has that exact crab swimsuit! It’s so cute! I love Mud Pie stuff! That flamingo swimsuit is beyond adorable!

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